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Ecema and dermatitis are tw o terms that can be used interchangeably.  The term ecema encompasses a variety of conditions with red, itchy skin. 


It may affect any people. The disease is not sex related or age related. When this happens, it looks like a dry, scaly rash or weepy, oozing blisters. 

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As we said earlier, it is a form of dermatitis. The suffix "tis" suggest an inflammatory state. That is inflamed skin. 


Treatment of ecema: 


You can use conventional therapy or natural alternatives. Remember there are three main objectives to target when treating ecema: 


  •  Reduce or eliminate the inflammation 
  •  Eliminate the itching skin 
  •  Hydrate and moisturize the dry skin patches. 


You will notice that your physician may prescribe the following medications: 


  •  Antihistamines 
  •  Corticosteroid creams 
  •  Macrolide lactones 
  •  Topical antibiotics 


I do not recommend using corticosteroid creams during a long time. You can get terrible side effects if you do that. Discuss with your physician if you want more information. 


Instead of conventional therapy, we recommend natural alternative therapies. Those are: 


  • DermCare System 
  •  Dermatin 


Dermcare cream contains only natural ingredients and is safe and effective. Below is the list of ingredients: 


  •  Sweet Almond Oil 
  •  Olive Squalane 
  •  PEG-20 Methyl Glucose Sesquistearate 
  •  Dimethicone 
  • Vitamin E 
  •  Vegetable Glycerin 
  •  Natural Phytosterol 
  •  Ceramide 3 
  •  Carbomer 
  •  Erucamide 
  • # Hyaluronic Acid 
  •  Ethyl Hexyl Glycerin 
  •  Deionized Water 


Dermatin is a nutritional supplement that has the ability to relieve ecema. It contains: 


  •  Selenium: interestingly, some people with ecema have been found deficient in selenium. Because selenium is a powerful antioxidant, free radicals will stay in the skin, adding to the irritation. 


  •  Zinc: essential mineral may play a role in eczema. 


  •  Omega 3: fights inflammation. Supplementation with omega-3 fats from fish oil capsules reduced itching, scaling, and other eczema symptoms. 


  •  Artichoke: has been used to treat poor digestion, "sluggish" liver, and skin problems such as eczema. 


  •  Grape Seed Ext: May inhibit the destruction of collagen structures. 


  •  Milk Thistle: supports liver defenses and may inhibit inflammatory substances and histamines in the liver. 


  •  Olive Leaf Ext: contains a key antioxidant called "oleuropein" which can help reduce the inflammatory effect of food allergies that contributes to eczema. 


  •  Gamma Linolenic Acid: People with atopic ecema may be deficient in GLA, an important fatty acid that keeps inflammation under control. 


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